While many weight loss products currently on the market hope to cover up their lackluster formulas and empty promises with vague and appealing statements about what their product can do, it’s hard to find a diet aid that will give you the cold hard facts about how it actually works to facilitate weight loss. Lipocut is one of those rare products that actually takes the time to give you a scientific explanation of how it helps you lose weight.
Lipocut may be willing to offer users a scientific explanation, but does it really work? The product’s creators clearly understand that users of weight loss products want a product that they feel they can rely on, and actually detailing how a supplement works in your body is a smart way for a company to build a trusting relationship with their customers. Still, let’s take a look at Lipocut and see if it’s as effective as its creators may lead you to believe.
Lipocut is produced by NutriTech, a supplement retailer and manufacturer that operates out of Port Elizabeth, South America. Founded in 2011, the company’s president Jaco Serfontein has been awarded Port Elizabeth’s Top 40 Under 40 Awards, presented to young and ambitious entrepreneurs by the Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber. Lipocut’s official website contains a convenient link to NutriTech’s own site, where you can find contact information such as a physical address, phone number and email address.
Nutritech instructs users to take two capsules of Lipocut two or three times per day with meals, in the morning, afternoon and evening.
According to official information released by Nutritech, Lipocut contains Lipotropics, which are compounds that help improve the way the metabolic function in your body that breaks down the fat you ingest and turns it into energy. Nutritech explains that Lipotropics facilitates the way your body transports fat into your cells’ mitochondria, where it’s utilized as your body’s main source of energy. Essentially, Lipocut helps your body turn more fat into more energy, preventing excess fat from being stored in your body, leaving you more energized and helping you lose weight.
Unfortunately, there’s very little information online about the results Lipocut is actually capable of providing. While the amount of information about Lipocut that NutriTech is willing to explain, this lack of reviews is a fairly serious issue, as it’s hard to recommend trusting and investing in a product that has absolutely zero success stories. For all we know, Lipocut may actually work; but without anyone to tell us that they’ve seen real weight loss results, it’s entirely possible that the product is a total dud, too.
While NutriTech is considerate enough to post a list of ingredients found in Lipocut on the product’s official website, they’re all contained in Lipocut’s proprietary formula, which means that it’s impossible to know how much of each ingredient can actually be found in Lipocut. This means that even if the product does contain good ingredients, the dosages may be too low for Lipocut to actually be effective.
Lipocut’s proprietary formula is comprised primarily of ingredients that facilitate the way your body turns fat into energy, such as Alpha Lipoic Acid, Garcinia Cambogia, Taurine and Cholin Bitartrate, as well as Dandelion Root, a diuretic that should help you lose water weight, L-Methionine Taurine to help fight fatigue, and D-Alpha Tocopheryl Acid Succinate, which is a form of vitamin E. While several of these ingredients are widely believed to facilitate weight loss, it’s impossible to know if Lipocut’s formula contains enough of any of them to actually be effective.
Lipocut also contains 10 mg of Piperine, a black pepper extract that many believe to facilitate weight loss. However, Piperine is not clinically proven to have any weight loss affects on humans, and neither are any of Lipocut’s other ingredients.
Lipocut’s official website advertises no side effects, and considering the lack of user reviews, it’s not really possible for us to determine how Lipocut may affect your health. However, other products containing one of Lipocut’s ingredients, Garcinia Cambogia, have been known to result in liver damage, possibly due to the inclusion of this ingredient. In 2009, the Food and Drug Administration issued a warning that Garcinia Cambogia was potentially dangerous, so users are advised to try Lipocut at their own risk.
Lipocut is available from several convenient online retailers.
While Lipocut does contain some good ingredients that are widely believed to result in weight loss, the fact that they are included in the product’s proprietary formula means that it’s impossible to tell if Lipocut contains enough of any of them to actually be effective. The efficacy of Lipocut is essentially a complete mystery, as no user reviews of the product seem to exist online.
While we can’t be sure if Lipocut results in any side effects either, the FDA has warned users that one of the product’s ingredients, known as Garcinia Cambogia, may be linked to liver damage.
Lipocut is a weight loss product that claims to be able to help improve the way your body turns fat into energy, resulting in significant weight loss. While the product includes some ingredients that many believe to do just that, it’s impossible to know if Lipocut’s proprietary formula includes enough of them to be effective, and there are no user reviews online so we can’t be sure if it works.
While Lipocut seems like a trustworthy product, the lack of proper ingredient information, as well and the unfortunate lack of user reviews online make it hard to recommend. If you’re going to invest time and money into a weight loss aid, you should choose one that has actually had proven effects on real people.
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